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Overnight fire in Claremont causes minor injury to firefighter
CLAREMONT — A firefighter suffered minor injuries early Monday morning at a blaze in a single-family home on Sugar River Drive.
Capt. Kim Bergeron said the firefighter, who was not identified, was treated at a local hospital and later released.
The fire was called in at 3:05 a.m. Everyone in the home made it out safely, Bergeron said.
The blaze started in an attached garage and spread to the residence.
The Rapid Intervention Team, consisting of firefighters from Ascutney, Vt., Cornish and Charlestown, was called in to provide station coverage.
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